Picture this...it's after midnight, you can't sleep and the refrigerator is calling. Or, like many chefs, you've just finished a long shift at work and deserve some down time before hitting the hay. Chef Coleman asks his colleagues just that - what do you enjoy eating in those wee hours of the morning-- what's your favorite midnight snack? Some folks might surprise you! We'll also talk with Corrine Trang about Asian noodle recipes -- good for any time of the day. Plus, the history of one of our favorite snacks, the potato chip. Later, artisan cheese from Vermont, and cuisine from the land of the midnight sun. And, a nutritionist weighs in on the midnight snack habit and you'll be surprised to hear what she has to say.
Credit: "Midnight snacking...Nigella Lawson style..." photo by flickr user myDefinition
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09/25/10 - Snack Attack
We've all had those urges to raid the refrigerator at midnight.
Nutritionist Suzanne Banfield explains to Chef Jim Coleman that there are simple and healthy ways to deal with that.